Omega Rx Review

Editor's Review: 2.7 / 5.0

Omega Rx

What You Should Know

Omega Rx is an Omega fatty acid supplement touted heavily by Dr. Sears of the Zone Diet. The product is available for sale on the Zone Diet official website. This review will take a closer look at the supplement to see if there is any weight loss benefit for this product.

List of Ingredients

EPA/DHA fish oil concentrate, gelatin, glycerin, purified water, proprietary antioxidant blend (canola oil, natural flavor, tocopherols, sunflower oil, citric acid).

Allergy Alert: This product contains fish ingredients (anchovies, sardines) and soybean oil. This product is processed in a facility which also processes soy, dairy, milk/whey, egg, wheat, and peanut/tree nut products or ingredients.

Product Details

Omega Rx is a Dr. Sears product. It is designed to be a pure source of Omega fatty acids that the body cannot synthesize on its own and therefore must derive from food or supplement sources. A bottle of 60 capsules is a 15 day supply because each serving is four capsules, and you should take one serving per day. A 15 day supply costs 26.95 whereas a month’s supply costs $50.95. There are discounts for those who choose to be on an auto ship program that will automatically bill you and ship for a new supply. Concentrates are also available in liquid form which can be used in place of the capsule for people who have trouble swallowing pills. We are unsure if the concentrate can be mixed into food and recipes. The Omega Rx formula claims to support: mental clarity, healthy mood status, cardiovascular health, healthy joints, and helps to regulate inflammation. It does not claim to help people lose weight in any sense, though a healthier diet that contains omega fatty acids may produce a little weight loss on its own because of the lifestyle change.

The Good

  • Omega fatty acids are required for a healthy body.

The Bad

  • This product is not good for those who have fish allergies, or allergies to a variety of nuts or other products mentioned in the allergy warning.
  • There are no free trials.
  • It is unclear as to whether or not there is a return policy or money back guarantee.
  • This product is not intended for long term use.
  • This product does not contain an appetite suppressant or fat burner and therefore likely will not produce weight loss results.

Conclusion

We do not recommend this product for weight loss supplement purposes. It is sufficient for overall health but you will need an appetite suppressant or fat burner to see results.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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